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Is Debt Review A Good Thing?
The answer is undoubtedly that debt review is a very good thing for over-indebted consumers.

This is actually a very good thing, as it prevents you from racking up more debt and helps you become debt-free.

All of your debt repayments will be consolidated into one reduced monthly repayment plan.

The great thing about debt counselling is that instead of paying numerous accounts, which you can easily lose track of, The National Debt Review Center will work out an amount that covers all of your repayments.

This includes all your legal fees and debt review costs, with lower interest rates.

You do not pay any money upfront.

In light of this, always be sure to contact The National Debt Review Center here or at as soon as you begin to struggle with your payments, so that all of your instalments can be reduced immediately.

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Debt Consolidation/2 Methods to Pay Off Debt

Credit card debts among U.S Americans are now over $1 TRILLION!!
The average person in the U.S pays over $1000 in interest each year.

Debt consolidation is a great way to get out of debt by paying minimal to no interest on your debt.

There are two ways to consolidate your debt.

1. Fixed-rate debt consolidation loan.
(Just be becare and run your numbers if it makes sense to you. Focus on if it’ll save you money in the long run).

2. Opening up a credit card with 0% APR Balance Transfer.
(Look at a few different credit cards and compare transfer fees)

When it comes to paying off debt, there are 2 Methods to Pay Off Debt

1. Avalanche Method – This is where you start by focusing on paying the debt with the HIGHEST INTEREST first, while making the minimum payments on the rest. Once the highest interest rate debt has been paid off, you move on to the next debt payment with the highest interest rate.

2. Snowball Method – This is where you focus on paying debt with the SMALLEST AMOUNT first while making the minimum payments on the rest. Once you have paid off that debt, you use that amount you were paying for that debt, and apply it towards the next smallest debt.

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Ikenna is a client of Credit Counselling Services of Atlantic Canada. He shares his thoughts on what it’s like to get credit help.

U.S. companies now face the highest levels of debt on record — more than $10.5 trillion, according to the Federal Reserve and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, or SIFMA.

The coronavirus pandemic is only part of the story.

The corporate debt market is where companies go to borrow cash. And for over a decade, super-low interest rates left over from the 2008 financial crisis have made borrowing easier and easier. Since then, U.S. companies have regularly offered up bonds for sale, taking advantage of the cheap access to cash.

Sometimes companies can get reckless with debt, and this can result in bonds facing downgrades and low ratings, putting those companies at junk bond status. Overborrowing can result in companies becoming “fallen angels” or “zombie” companies.

Between rising interest rates and inflation concerns, Wall Street is watching the bond market closely and checking the pulse of the U.S. economy.

Here’s how the corporate bond market got to these “bubble” levels and just how risky this massive amount of debt may be to the U.S. economy.

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Behind The Corporate Bond Market’s $10.5 Trillion Debt ‘Bubble’

Explore the options available for dealing with severe debt problems. This video is a preview of a ‘face-to-face’ seminar we present to those dealing with financial difficulties. The problem comes from accumulating debt and then having a situation occur where you can no longer meet your payment obligations. These can include: relationship breakdown, job loss, business failure, health issues, etc.

We were asked to produce a fast-paced, tech styled promotional video to show staff members and the public at an award event the services that DReX provides. Working closely with the client we put together some simple animated text, music and stock footage that we sourced, incorporating their core fundamentals and showing the wide variety of ethnic people working for this South African company.

DReX(debt review exchange) is an intelligent software solution for managing debt review work flow, credit control, compliance, and stakeholder engagement. There are many stakeholders involved in the debt review process and this platform improves communication between all parties by providing real-time access to information to the credit providers, debt counsellors and consumers under debt review.

Pyro Media is a professional Video Marketing Studio that produces quality Animated Corporate Explainer Videos for small Startups to Corporate Commercial Businesses. Our studio is based in Westville but we service the whole of South Africa including Cape town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Umhlanga Rocks, Hillcrest and Durban. We provide creative video marketing solutions to enterprise brands and products Worldwide. We do this by fusing beautiful Motion Design with Animated Graphics to create engaging 2D & 3D Company Videos.

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